NYSOGA Wilderness First Aid: How to respond in remote areas

This one-day course teaches participants how to respond when help is more than an hour away. This certification, a balance of classroom and skills practice, is accepted as a prerequisite to becoming a licensed outdoor guide. It is also recommended for any backcountry leader or traveler. This certification is valid for 3 years.

9-hour certification course - Sunday, September 24, 2017 - 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.

To sign up please fill in the wilderness first aid online registration form.

Click here to print the WFA registration form for mail-in registration and payment. Those who have paid online, please bring a receipt or a screen shot to show the instructor you have paid.
$110, includes instruction, materials, lunch and 2 breaks. White Otter Fish and Game Club, 10914 Woodgate Road, Woodgate NY 13494

What to look for... and what to do
    • Muscle, joint, bone injury
    • Soft tissue injury
    • Bandages and splints
    • Sudden illness
    • Heat and cold injury or illness
    • Evacuation methods
    • Prevention advice
    • Recommended first aid supplies

Pre-registration required by... September 1, 2017

For questions or more information: adkfoothill@yahoo.com or call 518-637-6193.

Please click here to download the WFA registration form in a PDF format.

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